Being Authentic, Friendship

What About Our Strong Friend?

The strong friend is the go to person when you need advice, prayer, a pick me up, and just being around their energy gives us a sense of comfort. We can subconsciously place our friends or loved ones into subcategories to best fit our needs based on our admiration. We view those friends as the… Continue reading What About Our Strong Friend?

Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

Determined Despite The Distance : A Little Green Hitchhiker Teaches The Will Of Not Giving Up!

A few weeks ago a large bug was sitting on the top of the hood of my car. I was in a rush to take the kids to school, and I was heading off to work, so I decided to walk us as close as I could to wall of the garage jumping into the… Continue reading Determined Despite The Distance : A Little Green Hitchhiker Teaches The Will Of Not Giving Up!

Mom Motivation & Empowerment

Don’t Take It Personal: Understanding The Projection of Hatefulness

There are some people who are at war with themselves internally, yet they fight vicariously through others. They choose to project their inner conflict in fighting towards others in acting in hate, and the worst feeling is being a target for their wrath. Toxic personalities and those who haven't recognized through acknowledgment of acting out… Continue reading Don’t Take It Personal: Understanding The Projection of Hatefulness

Being Authentic, Embracing Joy

The Difference In Being Alone And Being Lonely: Enjoying Alone Time

I've learned through age, maturity, and in carrying the balancing act of marriage and family the distinction of being alone and being lonely. The delicate understanding of acknowledging my combination of being both extroverted and introverted allows me to have an appreciation of both roles in my life in excitement of connecting my energy and… Continue reading The Difference In Being Alone And Being Lonely: Enjoying Alone Time

Journeys In Motherhood

“I Got It Mom!” : Welcoming Your Child’s Independence

There are times as parents where we know our children may need a helping hand of assistance, and there are times where our children let us know that they can handle certain matters on their own. Sometimes our children take the bold courage in letting us know politely that they want to independently be assertive… Continue reading “I Got It Mom!” : Welcoming Your Child’s Independence

Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

In His Eyes

I can remember the first time I welcomed God's pure and unconditional love for me. There are seasons where I need a reminder in knowing how Jesus views me in his eyes. Today, remember these three simple thoughts whenever you need comfort, assurance, hope, and the meaning of pure love. Jesus accepts you, Jesus values… Continue reading In His Eyes

Embracing Joy, Purpose Filled Mommy, The Little Things That Count

Why I Love Fall Ya’ll! : Step Into The Joy Of Fall

There are four notable seasons in a year, but the mere mention of autumn has my senses tingling in joy in anticipation of fall. I don't know if it's the slight change in temperature from summer's steamy wrath, the warm hues of fall leaves falling off the trees, or fall being the beginning prelude for… Continue reading Why I Love Fall Ya’ll! : Step Into The Joy Of Fall

Being Authentic, Friendship

7 Subtle Ways We Ruin Relationships

Most know the obvious ways relationships that are romantic, friendship, or other can be damaged with no end of return. However, there a few subtle ways we ruin the prospect in establishing and maintaining healthy interpersonal relationships that are eye openers to recognize to prevent doomed sabotage. Let's be real, honest, and take some ownership… Continue reading 7 Subtle Ways We Ruin Relationships

Journeys In Motherhood, Self Care, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

Why Can’t We Rest?

I gave myself permission to take a short "cat nap" after a long week, and I set my alarm to awake me in thirty minutes. My alarm did as it was expected to ring in the allotted time of thirty minutes, but my tired body couldn't seem to rise out of it's comfy spot. The… Continue reading Why Can’t We Rest?

Family Matters, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

Faith, Family, And Friends: The Real Prospective

"Faith, Family, and Friends" is now a catchy hashtag. I'm guilty of using the phrase often in my social media post as well. There are plenty of specialty stores that have" Faith, Family, & Friends"engraved on cups, potholders, aprons, curtains, and you name it on them. The three words are often synonymous in being grouped… Continue reading Faith, Family, And Friends: The Real Prospective

Journeys In Motherhood, The Little Things That Count

Mommy’s Shadow

I have a cute shadow that seems to follow me around most of the time while her other siblings take a mommy breather to do their own thing. She smiles sheepishly when you call her out in being a little curious busybee following you around while you're doing simple chores, makes sures she reaches to… Continue reading Mommy’s Shadow

Being Authentic, Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

Rejection Broken Down 3 Ways

We don't openly share about rejection due to the fact that oftentimes we see rejection as a personal attack, a rub against our ego, and a measure of adequacy. In truth there, are three ways to look at rejection in growing both spiritually, emotionally, professionally without taking it as personal defeat. Rejection For Your Protection… Continue reading Rejection Broken Down 3 Ways

Purpose Filled Mommy, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

Where Did This Come From?: Decluttering The Mind To Grow In The Spirit

I called myself decluttering around the house to prepare for the new season. I didn't realize that we've accumulated so much junk! I was taking back in seeing in excess so much stuff that was not needed, and there were a few things that didn't belong to anyone in the house. We seemed to just… Continue reading Where Did This Come From?: Decluttering The Mind To Grow In The Spirit

Being Authentic, Journeys In Motherhood

Mom’s Day Out!: What Do I Do?

Motherhood can be pretty tricky for moms in carving some much needed alone time that has nothing to do with prepping and cleaning from the usual norm. My husband "kicked me out" of the house to have some much needed alone time. Yes, I was in desperate need of some alone time after sharing myself… Continue reading Mom’s Day Out!: What Do I Do?

Journeys In Motherhood, The Little Things That Count

Let Him Grow : Allowing Your Baby Boy To Grow Into A Young Man

There comes a point when every mother witnesses the transition of her once baby boy growing into his own in transitioning into manhood. There are some transitions in between the season of the big "M" word mothers along with their sons try their best to adjust to in allowing their sons to evolve into becoming… Continue reading Let Him Grow : Allowing Your Baby Boy To Grow Into A Young Man

Being Authentic, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

Who Can I Run To?

There was an old school song from the 90's that I would hear my mother play on the radio sung passionately by the R&B group Xscape entitled, "Who Can I Run To?" The song along with it's interpretation within it's lyrics were in reference to love. The question can also be applied in using discernment,… Continue reading Who Can I Run To?

Being Authentic, Purpose Filled Mommy, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

Through Switch Ups & Shake Ups: You’re Covered

I recently went through a roller coaster season of extreme highs and the lowest of the blows. Roller coaster seasons are emotionally draining because there are so many switch ups and shake ups that you're trying to take in during a short period of time. It's in those unpredictable seasons that we must strengthen our… Continue reading Through Switch Ups & Shake Ups: You’re Covered

Family Matters, Journeys In Motherhood

Mama Bear : The Nuturing Child

There are some children that have a deeper level of care, compassion, and concern towards others. We have four children that display care towards their fellow siblings, but our daughter Paige has genuine attentiveness towards others. She is truly a "Mama Bear" with a nuturing spirit. She shares her naturally nuturing care to her friends,… Continue reading Mama Bear : The Nuturing Child

Family Management, Marriage and Family

Loving Beyond The Pain : Couples Coping With Chronic Conditions

Loving a spouse or a significant other living with a chronic condition can be a challenge. My husband and I have been married nine years. We both know from personal experience the responsibilities that we face in going deeper than the surface of what it takes to make our marriage last despite the difficulties in… Continue reading Loving Beyond The Pain : Couples Coping With Chronic Conditions